Just over a quarter of workers believe they have skills for future jobs
Lack of investment in training raises questions over flexibility and capacity of Ireland’s workforce, Accenture warns after survey results
Just over a quarter of Irish workers believe they have the skills capacity to find a new job in the future, according to a new survey by Accenture.
Some 27 per cent of respondents said their skill set prepared them for future roles as workplaces evolve. And 29 per cent did not believe their existing skills equipped them to progress in their current role, while just over half – 56 per cent – felt their...
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